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Sony PSP or Nintendo DS - Which is the better handheld??

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Ok...I've owned the Nintendo DS since it's launch and just recieved the PSP over the weekend and I have to say that the PSP is the coolest handheld device ever created. If I had to decide on the better handheld, I'd have to give the edge to the PSP, because of its versatility. Don't get me wrong, I love Nintendo's DS and it has the most potential between the two, but the lack of quality games that have produced is really hurting it's image in the eyes of gamers. So, what does everyone else think??

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gah I haven't had the money to buy anything like that. I like the old stuff anyways. :fun:

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gameboy, the original! or NES those were the best and only 2 consoles i ever owned.

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Yeah it's pretty expensive. I paid $500 total for games and accessories. That's the most I've ever paid for any type of video game. Maddog those are classics. I wish I still had my original gameboy, but I occasionally turn on the NES...for nostalgic purposes.

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nintendo ds is basically a pda for kids. the psp was designed for a more mature comsumer. all sony entertainment systems are rated mature and up. they have some games that are rated E for everyone but most of sony playstation or psp games are rated mature. the psp plays dvd's. most children dont own many dvds like adults.

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I don't like the design and handling of the DS, the second monitor has not really a function and the PSP has a much better graphic... IMO: Sony PSP

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I don't like the design and handling of the DS, the second monitor has not really a function and the PSP has a much better graphic... IMO: Sony PSP

dam straight!!!

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Are graphics really that important??

yes, graphics gives clarity to the games. i mean look at half life 2, halo 2, or even MOHAA. Without the proper vid card how would u be able to see where u r going in the game or how would u be able to see what is it. this of course is just my opinion some may agree and some may disargee.

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u no what would be really bad...if microsoft thought of coming out with a handheld device. i mean i like microsoft's entertainment system the xbox but the handheld device market belong to nintendo and sony.

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When I said term "graphics" I meant detailed player models, bright colors, excellent framerates, cool effects such as lighting. I tend to think that gamers prefer gameplay over graphics. For example: GTA 3. Clearly, consumers did not buy this game for its pretty graphics.

Anyone else have an opinion on these two handheld gaming devices??

...but the handheld device market belong to nintendo and sony.

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Which one is better Sony PSP or Nintendo DS?

"The Sony PSP was built by God..."-South Park Episode 904 Best Friends Forever.

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Ds not really meant as a replacement for PSP or Gameboy, its like an alternative system. Therefore PSP.

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Actually, the PSP is the greatest handheld ever. It's such a little wonderbox. BUT there are not enough high quality games out there. That's the problem.

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Actually, the PSP is the greatest handheld ever. It's such a little wonderbox. BUT there are not enough high quality games out there. That's the problem.

you're so right!

I love my PSP, but there's so few good games...

Still, I'm looking forward to the Nintendo 3DS :yes:

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